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WANT ADS
THE TIMES DISPATCH
BEGIN THE Place an Order
for the Daily De
WEEK RIGHT {J^V Your
THE TIMES-DISPATCH
64th YEAH
NUMBER 19,830.
RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1914. ?FORTY-EIGHT PAGES.
TO-DAY'S I/* A [D
WEATHER 1
PRICE FIVE CENTS
GERMAN FORCES REFUSE TO MEET
ARMIES SENT TO ENGAGE THEM
Russia, France and Great
Britain Must Mutually
Agree on Terms.
THREE FORTS AT MAUBEUGE
REPORTED DESTROYED
Rut City Resists, Despite Con
tinuance of Violent Bom
bardment.
VOLUNTEERS OX WAV TO WAR
further ('onflrm#lloii of Movmrnt
of Russlnn Troops Through
England. ?
LONDON. September f. # 3 .4b P. M.).
Bussls. France and Oreat Britain to
day signed an agreement Ihm none of
?he three rwould rmke without
'he ronwrit of nil three nations
Frdlorrlng la tli? t?xt of ih? piotoco! I
"The undersigned. duly authorized
Thereto by their respective govern
ment?. hereby declare as follows.
"The British, French and Itusslan I
irovcriiTnerits inulually onpnge not to 1
conclude pcneo separately during the ;
pre??nt The threo governments
agree that when th? terms of pence
come to bo dlacuRHeil. no one of ihe
allies w|)| dern.ind conditions of peace
?vtthout the previous agreement of
< acb of the otlier allies
I ti faith '"?hereof, the undersigned
hive signed this declaration nnd have
3fbxtd fhelr Reals
T?one at I.ondon in triplicate this
.'?lli rtaj of K<: ptember, 1514.
tSlgned t
"K fJIlBY.
" British Secretary for Porelrn Af
ff,.lrv
"I'AL'L CAMHON,
French An-.basf-Ador to Groat Britain.
"HKNnCENDORpr,
"H >ih.?s?.n AmluKBnJor to (Jrest
Hrilain "
tiinkk ronT* A?r mapbkugk
auk rtt:iMyti'Ki> hKsTitovKn
PARIS, September t; < 12:0" A M ). ?
Ati oHlcl.il com lull nb*ii t lo n tv c i i-stied
nt midnight announclm; that three
forla hud fallen nt Miitibtijge, a fort
ress of the first claa3. In Nori!
A further otfl<Mnl statement says the
presa bureau at Bordeaux telegraphed
to the military governor of Paris:
"first. The respective situations of
the German and French urmlea on the
left wins have not undergone any In
teresting change. The enveloping
movement of the enemy has been
definitely checked
"Second. The situation Is unchanged
In the centre and on the rl/tht In I.or
ralne and the Vosges
At Paris, from wblfh the enemas
armlee are koIpk fnrther away, the
defensive works ar^ proceeding ac
11 vely."
"At Maubeupe tho bombardment con
tinues with r*?'eme violence The cltv
-enl?ts. desplto the destruction of three
'or:?."
The follo-*-ln? communication was
Istued bv the Governor of Paris this
morning
"The German srmv continue" to move
farther avpv from 1 'arljj, toward tne
soatheaet. cavr;.'ing out the movement
'tailed Thursday.
"According to Information the ene
my's troopH have evaluated the region
of Complegne and Senlls"
mav nr. nicMovF.n
WITH OfT WAH.MXCi
T,ON'r> -N*. September fi *12:12 A. M.>
-The British Admiralty has Issued the
MlloTrlnir notice:
"All ald>s to navigation on the east
? oust of Kngland and Scotland both
by day and night may be removed at
nny tune without any further warning
'ha-i is contained in this notice"
\ Of.VXTKRIlS ON WATFiR
I'OIM) roil i;i IIOI'F!
\ ANOOLVER. B. September 6.?
It i>- known hero that htrce numbers
? f ust raliar, and Xew Xoalund volun
teers are on the waier, bound for Van
? :ouver and thence across Canc-da fo
Europe. Shipment of Russian forces
from Vladivostok via Vancouver i? be
ing considered.
So f?r as l<M">ivn here the P.riti-h
government has no intention of trans
porting Past Indian troops by way of
;'.nnda. ! tie distance between Horn
bay anil 12nvla< via iI.c Sue.*. Canal is
iiiueh shorter. N'o Prist Indian or Rus
sian troops lmvi been tande:l rt Van
couver.
PA It IS X 1IITI \ I.I. V
IN STA'I i: OP S||;<;(0
SOUTHAMPTON ivia. London, 7:50 P.
M.i, September Large numbers of
refugees continue to arrive here from
Paris and Havre. Upward <.f i.oOO
landed tc-day. Paris, they said, vir
tually was in a stnte of siege Four or
live gates were closed, and there was
no ru a ran ten that more trains would
leave.
itr.NMA\ soi,iMi:its r\sv
THH1M I. II P.M. |,A \ l>
NKW* YORK. September ft.?The
simmer Philadelphia, which arrived
lo-dny from Liverpool, was Ihe third
transatlantic liner in three days to ar
ilve lif'io with oOhvrs ?*,.r passengers
'e111]ip ,if thf. movement 'f itussian
troops thrrugh England t.. aid th. ai
lies in ''oiiilnenlHl Etircpe. Person
en I ruins for Liverpool found Ihe
schedule abandoned I n- :In . <
"'Phis. v. e w.r I old." said Pa.':,'.,
!-loau?*. a tMssengcr. ? v.,? n||uw );i|s.
fciau troops Ie pavf, and . wh.
(Cotitlriueil on Second Pnire. i
T.ATIOR PAV KXC'I''RSION.
WMrr Prttnt, V*. Mr round trlr> Sncciul
(rata ?fK a. m. n?ium v> y. m.
* P==H 4
a gjz/warr i&ct/sry, l\pi/acdhd isf tjcejtjgwtiwg jyzasl astj;rr?>Jft?;c?zi/??> by
. or bz:ifgj/w jrsr
LEMDERG IS ENTIRELY
I \$ RUSSIAN POSSESSION
Attack mi AoM rians Marie Before
? Their <'oncent rat ion of Army
Corps Is Completed.
(UOUT OF KVF.MV ABSOLUTE
C/ar's Men Capture Whole Equip
ment of Important Military Cen
tre?Towns in Russia With Ger
man Names Changed to Slar.
r.ONDOX. .September f? <4 A. M.).?
The Petrograd ?St Petersburg) cor
respondent of the Post, describing the
Russian advance on T,emberg says:
"Tho Austrlans were concentrating
two more artny corps townrd the east
of their position to face tho Russian
Kiev district army, but the Russian*
attaclced hefore the concentration was
j completed.
"On Wednesday morning' the Russian?
v.-ere established nil around the north
ern. eastern and half or the southern
face <>f i bo capital. L?emberg stands
high above the surrounding country,
its obsolete defenses being- .supplement
ed by modern hitrenchiMents.
I "It would seem that the rout of the
J Austrian army, whose double duty it.
wan to cover I,embernr, and also tho
right Dank of the Austrian forces in
Poland. was so absolute that the Rus
sians must have entered Leruherg at
the heels of the runaways, for at
II o'clock Thursday morning Ijemherg
j \va"> entirely In Russian possession.
The military s;ores of every kind, ex
f plosives, powder magazines, complete
' wireless and telegraph installations, in
short, tlx* whole equipment of the Im
portant military centre f?_? 1 ] intact Into
thft hands of the victorious Russian1
"Tho capture of of Halicz, which was
1 protected by tiiirty small forts, ?;n
j tailed a harder task, as the Russians
i were obliged to capture all the forts
j and tho Aust rians rnado desperate re
, niutance.
i "The Russians had been fighting con
1 tinuoual.v for ??Itrht days after a pro
vious week or ten days of marching.
"The lighting anil marching troops
of the Russian left wing covered ne:-.r
| ly 1 o0 miles in sewntoen days, cap
turing 41 a lie:', on the seventeenth, aft<?r
two days of hard lighting.
"Mi tfuvns'in Russia with n Herman
j foi'in of name were changed to the Slav
form. This is not duo to the fact that
Russia i?i at war with <*!wtmany. bii' is
Russia's appeal to the Inexorable
tribunal of hist or.' against the siiva ^e
t"eroclt \ *lii! ntisoldierlj nation ?'on ?
sintcntiy displaced toward helpless
refugees.
t etiiiKiiflerablc sens.il ion was caused
hj Ill'- fliM-o\rj> aboard the i ;??!
man crui.sei Magdebu which was re
cently blown up. of . number of "at
o-i ine-tails. which were found in every
j officers' eabhi all hearing sij;ns of long
' a.nd hard usage*"
WILSON MAY BE AWARDED!
! NEXT NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
Achievement In Handling Mexlran
Situation, Admirers Think, l\n- ,
title TFim t? Honor.
I
.VOTTVTF.GIANB makf, decision
German Kmperor. Who Was Strongly
Favored Severn! Months Ago, May
Not Now Be Considered by Com
mittee.
WASHINGTON. September .-..?Sug
gestions that President Wilson may be j
awarded tlie next Xobel peace prizes
of S40,00C> oh the greatest living factor ;
1 In the achievement of real pcuce In his
handling of th? Mexican situation.
' while the war blood of other parts of
the world boiled and then broke Into
riot, come l'rom sources high in tho
arena of efforts for peace.
As the award of this prizo 1? wholly :
In the hands of a committee from the
Norwegian .Storthing, no one in this
country appears to be ollicially ad
, vised what .steps that commission may
take. The last reports, several months
ago. were thai the committee had de
, chled to give this noted prize to Em
peror William of Germany in recogni
tion of his supposed efforts to prevent
n general ICuropeari war at the time
the Balkan War was in progress,
l.ater reports are to the effect that the ;
? committee has retreated from Its orig- j
inal Intentions, and is now in doubt
as to wha'. it will do. In view of Bu
ropean conditions now. President Wil
son's Mexican policy has taken op a
broader signitlcaucc.
I FX \'l> FOCI MIIIKI, I'UI/i:
i:stahmsiii;i) i?v swr,i>i;
Alfred Bernard Nobel, a Swede, left
a fortun"! to be distributed every year
in live prizes of M0.000 each, one of
these to go to tlic person who ren
dered the most important service, in.
the interest!! of .peace. The nfunes of
the persons to be considered are laid
before the Storthing committee in Feb
ruary of each year. The award is of
ficially announced the following De
cember.
Tho first prize was,awarded in 1001. |
! being divide;! between Henri Ounant, ,
; c. Swiss, ami Father ('assy, a French - j
i man. In lflO-1 the Storthing conmiltteo ;
| tnado a departure by awarding tho
I prize la an institution, the liiHtituton
j of International haw. The first Amer
' ican to be honored by the commission '
l wan Colonel Theodore Itooscvcll. He
? iiM-civcd tli?? priz<> in 1 ?('(". because of
!his services in bringing abf.ut pence
i botwt cn llusaia and .(apan. '"obm-l
i Uoosev-lt wavft 1?? money t > fund
' for sejsilna I h l * * I' disputes. in ]:?i r;
<?'mutinied on Second Face.)
- I
j I.AROlt l?.\V KXI.TKMON WASHINGTON'.
Two days. Doulilt'-lieado' baseball, -Ath
letic* vs. Washington.
BED CROSS SHIP HI !
TO SAIL FOR WAR ZONE
Experience^! Surgeons nnd Trained
Nurses Leave Monday on Mis
sion of Merry.
CARGO OK MEDICAL STUPPLIES
Exact H<nir,of Departure Not Known
as There Is Some Tr/ublo In Get
ting Clearance Pnpr/s?Contribti
tions to Fund Grow Steadily.
[Spp !.il to The Times-Dispatch.1
NEW YORK. September 5.?One hun
dred :>? -1 fifty experienced surgeons
and trained nurses lay blvouaced to
night aboard the steamer Red Crosa,
nioorel off Thirtieth' Street. Brook
lyn, ready to sail on Monday for the
scenes of the wars in Europe. Th?
mobilization .9r the field workers was
completed this afternoon and final In
stnact ions were received from Miss
Mabel Rnardman. bead of the Red Cross
Society.
This was a busy day at the pier and
aboard the Red Cross, formerly the
Corn!, n liner Hamburg. hut remained
when she was repainted white an.i red,
and when her business of commerce in
sug.tr and hef was changed to that
of ? ommerce in mercy.
>:y nisrlitfali, all provisions and sup
plies were reported aboard. In the
hold were stored fifty tons of ab
sorbent cotton, and 2,00<"> miles of gauze
bandages; enough to hind the wounds
o*" nearly 1.000,000 soldiers. Medicines
of all kinds make up ft part />f the
earg.i. healing salve's and "first aids to
the injured" are.in abundance
RICHICt l/l'V IX GKTTfXO
fl.EAItAXCK PAPKnS
\11 the nurses and surgeons are also
aboard the Red Cross ready to go out
with her, although the exact hour of
her sailing on Monday Is not yet known.
Owing to the fact that the Red Cross
was a German boat prior to the time
rhe was converted into a hospital ship,
there has been some difficulty in get
ting her clearance papers, despite the
fact that she is American chartered. It
was reported to-day that some <>f the
crew and stewards were tho rcuiuantf
of the old Hamburg- crew. Miss Moard
niiiii. when asked about this, said:
"The make-up of the crew is entirely
under the charge of Captain Aimist'earf
Rust. 17. S. X., retired, and we Imvft
coinplete^eonfldeiioe in him. 1 ain cer
tain that all of the men who man tho
Red Cross will bo American citizens,
although sorne of Ihctn may have tr.Uen
, out onl> tlieir f>rs-t papers. If the cap
tain prefers tlie:<e men who know
their j- 1??|. lit has a rij?lit t<? stieli pie
(creiiic. ?
Contributions to the Red Cross fund
' grew steadily to-day. A number of
| wealthy persons liave guaranteed to
, pny a cortnin sum per month so long
us tho Kod Cross remain in aovviuo*
? > f =T^
<?**????*?*?*? JBr uvoa?i>?o^ a/^ wos? wj?/
AGREE Oil COMMODITIES
TO RAISE 175,000,000
Democratic Members of Ways and
Mean* Committee Preparing
Emergency Legislation.
ANOTHER MEETING ON TUESDAY
B<F0,^D,1 Jf7uen^~^qo?? Among
wir Susc?PtJWe of Yield
og More Revenue?No Additional
Burdens on Tobacco.
WASHrNGTOr^^b.r 6
Ion to'off b>' Presld*nt
sor. to offset thft l0BS ,n CU8toma ra_
ceipt. cau rt by th# conflJct jn
K.?.*" b;:n;? ;r "? ?
Scores of commodities and" meant'o"f
axatfon are beinff proposed. The com
fnittee u-111 meet next Tuesday, and ex- i
Pe?"t0 comP?^e the hill next week
Although no announcement was
made, It is certain ?>,?? w
dented liquors will come f*T"
article." taxed The ?.?*?!? , among:
" 111 bo olther BO or fiO cem, ah*" tR? I
P'obably 50 cents prcducing ,32.000,5oo,
i? Probable on domestio'wl" " *n,,on
,nFronmfaO"aSl0,00P00? to "^boMO*'!
and prenaraMo'ns 1
soft drinks if ia ?- *'n?ls. and on
proximately JrO.OOOOOO whnJ"a,S'' Hp,!
additlonnl rev , , 1 B' # ?,
j liquor* probably ?nottaXme?ef tliT^
j ?ax'total
!olro7ooth^
oi'posrno.v to tat
? ox im n.no ad nnf?PT?
ta\? onftVr Ti 11,0 ?PP?a't'fn to n
: rail,road Molceta amonP com
. mitteo members, chleflv bccause nn..
fc^ril.'r/'fu r1 prc,har,Ie political Of.
lik?.i.. . ,l,ei' cans,<le''Htlon Is un
J ? A" alternative to tax mil
1 hf, , rh "h;"" ?????," ;
i nils. it has boon pointed out j
j expensive and difficult to collect
it also Is improbable that there win
be any stamp tax on commercial^,
| struments. such ar, ,'heckp draS con"
j veynncep, mortgages. otc Xenrjv'Con"
.members of the .-ommlttee aKroe" that
I such a tax would reaulre ??? . .
j administrative detail. nuch
The majority of the committer ?i.?
*?r
Among new subjects fnr ?? ? .?
sr-sris, ?ftrr tzBtr
i it was iroi)Ofp. to |Hw n 11 13
cuij,.w n'zuu^z;,:,
I lszlz. "vssnrjsr. ??.
o,<e',"',.ax 'a.N 1"l!,e'1 "" lh0 horsepower
oi a t.,\ I,,, o;.rs owned bv immiduii*
weTrs,v^^;."r!,,,ff ,,ictu,e n,,n?"??
"a? been suKl: l tickets,
include movlnr^cturo ,i l,?ter W?1,W
I naction of cent per ticket. fcTbe p'ild
... ainusemc;ii licensee.
. snld'l^r^e.u'atl've^-n.l'nS0?"0'''
, T'L "f 'Onimlttee to-nlKi'it''"??
IVCOMi: tax i.nmucvsk
WHKrJSMss*
?? u.e
jn.v..nK ,,t rut si iic .l./oJl^'lioolwnC
?1t ;::!
cure the untlru uiuoum. l"?
ROBERT TIM SGOTT
KILLED IN AilTO ACCIDENT
Son of Jndg? R. Carter Scott. Meets
Death Returning to Warrenton
From Dance.
MACHINE CRASHES INTO TREE
A. Morton Keith and A. M. R. Char
rington Badly Hurt, but Expected
to Recover?Machine Making
Great Speed at Time of Accident.
Robert Taylor Scott, eldest sen of
Judge R. Carter Scott, of thla city, vaa
Instantly killed near &llddleburg yes
terday morning at K o'clock, when an
automobile In which ha. with A. Morson
Keith, boh of Judge James Keith, of
the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals,
and A. M. ru Charrlngton, son of Mrs. 1
E. Astley Cooper, overturned after a
blow-out. When the tire burst the big i
maohlno became unmanageable, and
smashed Into a tree, turning- over. Mr.
Scott was sitting on the floor, with his
feet on tlio running board. Ho was
hurled from the car when It struck and
when he was picked up BOtne time after
It was found that his nock had been
broken by the fearful impact. Ha died
within a few minutes after he was
found.
Mr. Keith was not seriously Injured.
I re has regained consciousness, and
though he Is suffering with a broken
rib end severe cuts and bruises, his
condition la not considered grave. Mr.
! Charrlngton, to whom the car belonged
and who was driving at the time. Is
more seriously Injured. He was hurt
about the head and chest, and is be
lieved to be Injured Internally. lie bled
profusely from the head, and his con
| (lttlon was regarded as critical. Ha has
: not yet been Informed of the death of
1 his young comrade, and all details of
1 the accident will be kept from him
! until he has recovered sufficiently to
; he able to -withstand the additional
I mental shock.
! KETlITtXTXG TO WAUHENTON
KIIOM MIDDIiBBVItti DANCE
Mr. Charrington and his two frlonda
were roturnlng to Warrenton from a
dance at Middlcburg, twenty miles dis
tant, and had come about three miles
out of Middleburg when the accident
occurred. Fleet Galloway, who was
driving: another car, containing a par
ty of dancers, camo upon the scene a
few minutes later, and wont to their
assistance. The condition of the road
apprised him of the fact that an ac
cident hud occurred, and ho followed
the trail of the wrecked automobile un
til he came upon Its three occupants,
one of wolim he found In ?. dylnir con
dition. The road at the point of the
accident is macadamized, and has a
steep grade in the direction of War
renton. The engine of < 'Harrington's
tear, it was learned, afterward, had nor
huen running well, ? and 'he machine
was taking the g trail o nt groat hiiceil
when the blow-out occurred. The car
skidded, ran into a ditch, smashed into
a tree, reversed itself and then ran a
I .short distance down the. road, whore
l it toppled over into a ditch and was
wrecked,
M. Galloway returned to Middlcburg
v.itTl his party, and then came hack ti
the scene ot' the accident. Both Keith
?t nd t'liai ringtuu were unconscious, ami
Mr. Scott r'iert shortly after he was
four.d. JThe two unconscious hoy's and
tht- liodv ??! the dead youth were car
ried to The'Plains and were taken into
i the home oi' Dr. Robert^ Shackleford.
j Judtre Scoti and Mrs. Scott were noti
?u-'i i>\ telephone of the accident, and
they went immediately to the side of
their dead son. Information of tho ac
cident was convey also to Mrs Astley
Cooper, and K. M. Spilnian; a cousin of
Mr. Keith, who ah o went to The
ri.iin.--.
,11 IX.I'. SCOTT ST.t M>S Sit )( lv
with isi:u\itu.\iii.i-: iik.werv
Judge Scott, who hud hem recupe
rating lit Warrenton jjtll summer, stood
the shock with remarka'blo bravery and
strength. It was feared at first that
the new:' would prove fatal, on account
ot his extreme nervous condition. The
body <>i hia run whs placed temporarily
in Lhb lit nit* <.'f .1. A. ('. Kt 1th. all uncle.
aini u;>? brought to i;ii-hmtfnil eajfly
j yesterday :iliimio?n, Itelng ;o-compa
11i?-? I !, ,.tii'ilji?? aii-l .Mr:, Se.-tt, Misses
I'.lli-ii ;>nil KjSroit* s- ott. ?-;u'ter Svutt,
? ? ! . t (Jl. I It I
It\I.TIMOItl-: t I.N I'KNM VI. s|;i'T. 0-1
?'*li.'iipe?C ami mot uttraettve r^tito via
i York I'ivor ilii-i l.'lie>.ipcskc H.iy. lOUIlii
I trip, Hcaerve alttieroom* now.
BEGIN EXTENSIVE
CHANGE OF FRONT
TO AVOID ALLIES
Continue to Leave Entrench'
ed Positions of Paris on
Right and March West.
TEUTONS WILL OPPOSE
ADVANCE OF RUSSIANS
Five Army Corps From Belgium
and North of France at Vis
tula River.
PARlSLUffl MORE COYFIDENT
Order for General Mobilization of
Italian Forces Soon
Expected.
Governments Maintain
Almost Total Silence
Alnnt total silence In being
maintained regardlnc happcnlon In.
France, neither the British nor the
Kovomnnmt* vouchnafling
#Information as to the posl
Vi. t th? armlea facing each
other m few mllca from Pari*.
?*r?*ment <l(?4 br
lrc?<l*TVd J?roT? BrttuS Secretary '
of State for Foreign Affairs, and tlm
I rench and Russian ambassadors at
London, In behalf of their respective
governments, that peace shall not
he concluded separately during the
present war by any one of the three
wii|t%,n 'J1?* wo one of th? nlllea
will demand concessions of peace
7T. _ JL e iCKeocnt of
the others.
_..,?portjL mr* ?">">ent In London
aili5Zir c ? ?ort,OB the
British expedltloaary force la at
1*? ?, fortress Of the
flrat class ta Nord, assisting th?
muLatalnedf * K,TOa*Jr
Fifteen British trawlers have been
"k? orth Sea by German war
ships.
The Belgian town of Denderntand*
(TermonUe), In East Flanders, baa
been token l?y Germans, accordion
to an official report from Berlin and
tllspntches from Ostend.
. ,Th?j*tter utlT|ces ndd that th?
Inhabitants of the district have
opened the dikes and are flooding;
the coon try. German troops are re
ported to have been caught by the
waters and have suffered severely
from shelling. ^
The French Premier explains that
the sessions of Parliament at Paris
were brought to a close in order
that tho Purlinment might be rr.
convened at Bordeaux. If necessary.
rbe British govrrnnient has la.
sued an olllcial denial of the use of
dum-dum bullets by the British or
French, as charged by Germany.
EXTCXSTVK TUnWHO
p.pTB ? MOVEMENT BT GERMANS
PARIS, September 6 f3:25 P. M ) lfr
bocorno apparent to observers horn
that the German* do not Intend to on
Kusro the allied armies sent to moot
Ifi" of Paris. The enernv
evidontly iH making an eitenslvo turn
ing: movement.
COXTLVtE TO I.HAYE
p <v RT?; ?? '^trenched posrrto.v*
PARIS, September 6?An oflleial an
nouncement says:
: ?Zrhe> ,s PUrsainr lits wide?
Tn?r? f ; . oontlnues to leave the
? Intrenched positions of Parij on hi*
??r? an n,aroh in a -w est direction
thA o6 w?rd* omission of -which from
tho I> rench official statement, is i:>dl
. cated by asterisks, evidently -was con-"
fused in cable transmission. (t ap
peals to have been meant for 'con
I verging."
j GEHMA\S TO OPPOSE
PART* c.A??VkNC-E ?K HUSSIAXS
September 5 fviu t.ondon1.?
I* .. G?';.nian. arn,y have arrived
ro. ''6J -"tula River, according to the
Rome correspondent of the Pans Matin.
lhe?? corps ar?* most likolv from Bel
glum. and north of France. The cor
respondent rays they were brought up
to oppose the advance of Russians.
GENERA I, STAKE MOVES
Lnvnr,J'"0)J "RUSSEI.S TO MOS.1
i'JAnuN. September 5 < S:0S A M ?> __
Ah Amsterdam dispatch to the Central
News says that the German general
?l!>. ? b<""'n mov*d f,um "russels to
(iHXEH.tl, MOBIMZATIOV
,,.PTl. I V ITAl.V EXPECT Ell
the '^n .fv Pt?",ber 6-" A diaP?tOh tr.
the Mlili from Rose under to-day's d?t?
hltiH .iThv <.or.do.r for * ROnernl .no
bili/.atlon m Italian forcos, tjs still
unsigned at the moment of telegraph
ing. but It is expected to-day. The mo.
ilization 1>; Individual summons U
less active.
BitITISH FISIIlXr. BOAT*
r ov-r>.-.x- ?. SlVK nv GERMAMB
i. "AniiN, September 5.~The OfHI'-ial
T re*s Huronu to-night save out a slate
! A the l?^fnian squadron ha<t
>imV fifteen Rritlsh Mailing boats in tb*
um\?, T Th? upcws u'-ro f"k??
Itclnish.ivcn as prisoners of war.
KING AM1EIIT OF BELG117M
l nvrw- v* "s M-'eirrM' WOL-SDB1*
1.?>ND^.N, Sfptemh'-r f> (.t:47 }>,
A dispatch to the Centra! News from
Afnutc-rd-.m snjw that King Albert of
I .^U-turn ?.as lightly Injured i,v a'
shrnpncl j hell whet, he v. as loading
Hi'' rotrv.it of Vielgiar. troops to Ant
worp.
A hell exploded against the rrar
? Ij.rM of the automobile m which Kfpic
I was seated, and his car b?fi.
ly d.inja*;erl
j iKarlier advices reported--what vam
Ipiobably tho aame Incident, but it htn

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